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With your paper system, you'd probably take all those sheets of paper that contain the information for each time record, and store them in a three-ring binder.  That binder would be your "database" of time records.

In the same way, Time Logger keeps all of the time record information in a time record database, which it stores on your hard drive.

All of the time records in the database can be displayed on the main window of Time Logger, shown below.

Note that you never need to worry about "saving" the database.  Whenever you add or edit a time record, Time Logger automatically saves the change to the database files.

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Diagnostics Window - to see your current Time Records Database.